FIND A NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PRACTITIONER
Updated January 4, 2015
The only way to begin a complete nutritional balancing program is to contact one of the Approved Practitioners listed below. The computer-generated nutrition programs from Analytical Research Labs or other labs are not up-to-date or good enough. Nor is the advice of most medical doctors, holistic practitioners, naturopaths, chiropractors, nutritionists and others who offer hair analysis, including those who claim to offer nutritional balancing. They do not understand the science well enough.
I will set up your program personally if you work with one of the Approved Practitioners listed below. However, I do not work with any clients directly. Please do not send me an email, asking if you can work with me directly. I receive one or two of these requests every week. I would love to work with everyone directly, but it is not possible.
You should receive excellent service from any of the practitioners listed below. Please let me know if you have any problems, or if the practitioner is not using Endomet products, or is adding or changing the programs that I set up. Practitioners listed below must agree to:
1. Use Analytical Research Labs for hair testing.
2. Review all hair tests with their coach to make sure the programs are correct.
3. Administer the programs exactly as they are set up for them, without changing any recommendations EXCEPT if the client wishes to take the supplements only twice daily, or even just once daily, that is okay. This would usually be for financial reasons.
4. Make themselves available to return phone calls or emails within 24 hours.
5. Be fully on the program themselves.
6. Conduct their business in a highly professional and ethical manner.
Please let me know if any of the practitioners below are not fulfilling these requirements.
Fees. Most of the practitioners below charge between about $150.00 and $250.00 USD for the initial mineral analysis and program. The fees are about the same or a little less for retest mineral analyses, which are suggested about every 4 to 6 months.
The other main cost is supplements, which for an adult are about $150.00 to $190.00 USD per month if supplements are taken three times daily. The cost is only about $100.00 to $130.00 monthly if you take supplements twice daily. This is okay, though progress may be slower. The supplement costs assume that one takes just the main supplements, and includes a discount, which most of the practitioners offer.
Working long distance. If none of the practitioners below are close by, you may contact any of the practitioners and ask if they will work with you long distance. Most will do so. This usually works very well.
THE APPROVED PRACTITIONER LIST
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1. NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PRACTITIONERS IN THE:
* Richard Gerhauser, MD, Tucson, (520) 733-2250 or (520) 299-1959.
* Judy Hazelett, BS, LMT, Payson, (928) 474-1162, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Larry McHaney, DC and Laura Gray, CN, LMT, CNMT, Mesa, (480) 830-6000 or Email: email@example.com.
* Ramsay Mead, NC, Santa Monica, (310) 513-3290, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Nikki Moses, NC, Glendale, Website: www.mosesnutrition.com or (818) 745-9558.
* Eva Vennari, NC, Los Angeles, (408) 800-7353 or website: www.hairanalysisforhealth.com.
* John Himinkool, DC, San Diego (Alpine), Website: www.alignspine.com, (858) 715-9400.
* Sharon Keirouz, NC, Fremont, Website: sites.google.com/site/myhmawebsite.
* June Kripal, B.S., NC, Apple Valley,(760) 985-6281.
* Michael Long, Lac, Ventura, (805) 644, 8044 or Email: email@example.com.
* Lisa Moore, DC, Fair Oaks, (916) 966-7172.
* Luke Pryor, Grass Valley, (530) 270-9207, Website:
* Roger Lange, NC, Grand Junction, (970) 858 – 6505 or Email: RLange9@aol.com.
* James Ray, DC, ND, Boulder, (720) 231-1248 or (303) 664-1248 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Michael Bullers, NC, Woodbridge, (203) 530-4893 or Email: email@example.com.
* Shelley Brown, NC, Atlanta, (770) 331-4767 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Maureen Mintzlaff, PhD, NC, O’Fallon, (618) 477-3900 or Email: email@example.com.
* JC Anderson, DC, Avon, (317) 796-0126 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Mary Grace Pinella, DC, Fishers, Website: www.drpennella.com, or (317) 863-0365.
* Vickie Nelson, ND, Louisville, (502) 909-0929.
* Michelle Welsh, RN, BSN, NC, Park City, (270) 544-7150 or Email: email@example.com.
* Mike Lovell, NC, Baton Rouge, (225) 268-4054.
* Denise Miner, NC, Cape Cod, (508) 388-7429 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Ana McCardell, NC, Rochester, (248) 429-9355 or Website: www.NewBalanceNutrition.com.
* Kathy Desser, NC, email@example.com
* Nancy Despres, RN, CN, Grand Rapids, (616) 813-2557.
* Vickie Nelson, ND, Novi, (248) 412-1003.
* Kim Kyle, NC, Minneapolis, (612) 226-8384 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Emily Reece, NC, Goodhue, (651) 380-8117, women’s and men’s fertility and pregnancy, Email: email@example.com.
* Lisa Rufsholm, NC, East Bethel, (651) 462-1555 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Pamela Schwartzbauer, Minneapolis/St. Paul, South Metro, (651) 210-8648 or Email: email@example.com.
* David Coleman, 0D, Joplin, (417) 782-3488 or Website: www.vision-learning.com.
* Kerry Miller, DC, Santa Fe, (505) 820-1466 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Dennis Mucahy, DC, Cincinnati, (513) 829-1991 or Email: email@example.com.
* Holly Morello, NTP, Portland, (971) 279-8181 or
* Carrie Thienes, BS, MAT, NTP, (not taking new clients now).
* Keith Vencel, NC, Uniontown, (304) 906-9921, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Joy Feldman, NC, Woodbridge, (401) 855-8800 or Website: joyfeldman.com.
* Diane Del Chiaro, NC, Nolensville, (615) 957-4682 or (615) 790-1346, or Email: email@example.com.
* Tim Chrisman, DC, Dallas, (214) 476-8004.
* Fallon-Marie Decker, NC, Coppell, (469) 955-0796 or Website: www.fallonfoods.com.
* Diana Guerra, RN, Pharr, (956) 460-3225 (se habla Espanol).
* Jamie Guyden, MD, Austin, (512) 920-0440 or Website: www.evolveintegrativecare.com/.
* Regina Renken, NC, Houston, (281) 813-3682, Website: http://fybalance.com/.
* Masako Wada, LAc, Austin, (512) 585-3268 or Website: www.mypathtowellness.com.
* Farzin Farid, Dpharm., Northern Virginia, (703) 638-5054 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Alexandra Malooley, RN, Alexandria, (703) 216-9569 or Email: email@example.com.
* Brandon Brownell, NC, Olympia, (360) 359-5707 or
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or
* Angie Blanco Rymer, Electric City, (509) 633-8172 or Email: email@example.com.
* Mary File, RN, Hurricane, (207) 423-3429.
* Paul Wilson, NC,
* Lisa Rufsholm, NC, East Bethel, (651) 462-1555 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
* Guy Crookston, NC, Calgary, Alberta, Email: HTMA@telus.net or telephone: (403) 274-3897.
* Jill Swartz, Victoria, British Columbia,
* Josephine Zanetti NC, FDN, RHN, Vancouver, British Columbia and St-Sauveur, Quebec, Website: www.naturalhealthprotocol.com or
* Martyn Chilvers Bsc (Hons) Oriental Medicine, SNHS (Dip Nutrition) and Heather Roberts-Chilvers MT, SNHS (Dip Nutrition), Website: or Email: email@example.com or Skype: CellularTrends
* Rebecca Roberts, NC, Cambridge, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
* Peter Holsman, MD, ND, Ashburton, Victoria, Website: www.liveto100.com.au, Tel.# 03 9885 7766.
* Sari Young, BNSc (hons); AdDip Naturoapthy; AdDip Western Herbal Medicine; AdDip Nutritional Science,
Victoria, Phone: 0403 320 845 or Email: email@example.com.
* Vicky Wong, NC, Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or (852) 2812 -1726.
* Hyun-Sook Yoo, NC, pharmacist, Seoul, Email: email@example.com.
SOUTH AND CENTRAL AMERICA
No matter who is your consultant or doctor, you can contact one of the program support counselors for more support on your nutritional balancing program. They offer professional counseling in support of the NB program, but do not offer the program itself.
END OF LIST OF NUTRITIONAL BALANCING CONSULTANTS
IF YOU CANNOT FIND A PRACTITIONER NEAR YOU
If none of the practitioners are close by, your may contact any of them and work by mail, email and/or telephone. This usually works very well.
OVERVIEW OF NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PROGRAMS
How The Program Works. Most healing programs chase symptoms. Symptom removal is the goal of almost all healing programs, whether they are conventional medical methods, naturopathic methods, holistic, herbal, nutritional, surgical or others.
Nutritional balancing works very differently. It heals the body by increasing its energy production. This, and this alone, enables the body to remove ALL types of health conditions. Symptoms go away on their own, with rarely a need for specific remedies. It is quite mysterious and only understandable by concepts such as the stress theory of disease and general systems theory.
The program even removes hidden toxins, lesions, infections and other problems. This means that the program heals very early-stage, latent and sub-clinical conditions. This is a great advantage over all other programs I have seen. It means nutritional balancing is much safer, and a deeply preventive type of healing program.
On a nutritional balancing program, your biochemical energy production, or adaptive energy, improves due to a combination of methods, but mainly by balancing the major mineral levels and ratios on a properly performed and correctly interpreted hair mineral analysis. We have been unable to use blood, urine or other tests for this purpose, although we continue to research this problem.
This is the unique nature of nutritional balancing science, which is really more of a physics-based approach to healing than it is a medical or a nutritional approach. It is correcting physics imbalances using natural substances such as foods and nutritional supplements.
IS NUTRITIONAL BALANCING FOR YOU?
Which conditions can benefit? This program has been offered for over 33 years to more than 60,000 people. For most physical and mental/emotional health conditions, nutritional balancing is superb and the best program I know of.
I do not recommend this program for advanced cancers. For these cases, I prefer the Kelley metabolic cancer therapy offered by Mrs. Pamela McDougle. If you are not sure if a program would help you, send me an email and I will advise you further. In most other cases, it is an excellent program to improve your health.
Who can benefit from a program? The nutritional balancing approach to healing is excellent for most people, but not for all. It requires:
1. Eating a rather simple diet of mainly cooked vegetables, some animal protein daily, a little whole grain, and some raw dairy products if you tolerate them. The diet excludes all fruit, all sugar, all wheat and spelt, and all soy products.
2. Drinking two to three liters, or three quarts, of spring water or carbon-only filtered tap water daily.
3. Following a healthful lifestyle, although we suggest only a little gentle exercise, and instead focus on more rest and sleep.
4. Taking 8-10 nutritional supplements at least twice each day, or preferably three times daily.
5. If possible, doing the optional detoxification procedures daily. These are the coffee enema, near infrared lamp sauna sessions, rubbing the feet, twisting the spine, the Roy mental exercise and drinking 10-12 ounces of carrot juice daily.
6. All this must be done in accordance with our specific written instructions and explanatory information. I do not recommend combining nutritional balancing programs with other vitamin, mineral, herb, or homeopathic programs. Prescription medical drugs can be combined with the program if they are needed. Many can be discontinued after a few weeks or months on a nutritional balancing program.
WHO DOES BEST ON A NUTRITIONAL BALANCING PROGRAM?
1. Open-minded. The program is somewhat unusual, compared to most healing regimens.
2. Not lazy. The program requires some work and time on your part. Learning to do the diet and the procedures may also take a little time and effort.
3. A little nitty gritty, or not squeamish. For best results, the program involves enemas, sauna sessions and foot rubs that some people find dirty or repulsive. One must be willing to try these, and most people love them after a time.
4. Willing to follow orders, or a little faith. The program is integrated and powerful. If one just does a little of it, and adds other things to it, it usually does not work well at all. What you do not do is just as important as what you do. In particular, the diet is most important.
5. Honesty with yourself and your practitioner. This is important because when retracing or healing reactions occur, we need to know exactly what you are doing in order to advise you properly. Some people do not want to say what they are eating, or which parts of the program they do. This causes many problems.
Who has the most trouble following a nutritional balancing program? Traits that make following a nutritional balancing program the hardest are:
1. Second guessing. This is the belief that you know better than we do how to do the program. Some people alter the program, and then wonder why results are not as good. They have difficulty just doing the program as it is set up. The programs are sophisticated, and not easily understood by those who are not trained in this science.
2. Fear. Some people panic if a healing reaction occurs. In fact, the program often causes “housecleaning” to occur, and the reactions are very good. I have never needed to send someone to the emergency room in 34 years. However, symptoms can occur, and blood, urine and even x-ray tests are often temporarily skewed. Purification reactions are part of the nutritional balancing program, and one must learn to just relax and move through them, with our help.
3. Fussiness. Some people do not like eating cooked vegetables, for example, or do not like the supplements. This makes it difficult to succeed with this program. If one really dislikes cooked vegetables and is not willing to learn how to make them tasty, this program will not work too well.
4. Little self-discipline. Some discipline is needed for this program. Self-discipline can grow slowly as one works into the program more and more, but it is necessary.
5. Medical (allopathic) or naturopathic brainwashing. Some of our clients are easily talked out of doing the program by their doctors, friends, family members, mass media or internet research.
7. Disability without help. One must be able to cook basic meals, or have them brought in, take the supplements regularly, and ideally do the procedures, as well.
If you are in one of the groups above, it does not mean you cannot succeed with nutritional balancing. It just means you may have more difficulty than those who can just relax and follow the program easily.